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Hi There.

I have an external Crystal Report that was built outside of an Asp.net
application. Within the asp.net application I am using a
CrystalReportVi ewer that displays the report properly. However, the
specific problem that I am seeing is that when the report is outputted
within asp.net any TextObjects that are rotated (i.e.,
TextRotationAng le=crRotate90) will all default to a standard
horizontal disply.

I was hoping that someone might have some thoughts as to a solution.

Jun 27 '08 #1
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